The gravity enables the planet to rematain an atmosphere

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Yes, and it keeps the atmosphere from escaping into space by "Pushing down" on it, not pulling on it.

Gravity is most certainly a Pushing Force.

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No, the gravity keeps the atmosphere from escaping to space.

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